Author: Andy Hanley
Andy has been writing for UK Anime since 2006, and was the site's editor-in-chief until August 2017. Contrary to popular belief, Andy is not actually a robot.
UK Anime Network Podcast - February 2017
Anime Limited's Jeremy Graves joins the crew for our February podcast, to catch up on what's going on at a busy time for the UK distributor.
You can listen to or download the podcast right here and now via the embedded player above, or you can also download the podcast and subscribe on iTunes as well.
0:00:00 - Introductions
0:03:15 - A sudden No-Rin discussion explodes into life
0:06:00 - What have we been watching? Jeremy kicks us off with Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
0:20:00 - Dragon Ball Super
0:26:00 - Ajin: Demi-Human Season 2
0:36:45 - KONOSUBA
0:46:30 - We catch up with the latest news
1:02:00 - Main feature: Grilling Graves! First up: How are things at Anime Limited?
1:20:30 - 2016 disappointments?
1:23:45 - Work being done to prevent delays?
1:42:00 - The Anime Limited online store
2:08:30 - How are theatrical plans going?
2:15:15 - Your Name
2:28:15 - Looking forward to anything over the next year?
2:35:30 - Questions from the audience
2:47:00 - We say au revoir
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